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'''Mott the Hoople''' were an English rock band with strong Rhythm and blues|R&B roots, popular in the glam rock era of the early to mid-1970s. They are best known for the song "All the Young Dudes", written for them by David Bowie and appearing on their 1972 All the Young Dudes (album)|album of the same name.
AliasMott (1974–1976)
British Lions (band)|British Lions (1976–1980)
Years active1969–1980
(Reunions: 2009, 2013)
OriginHerefordshire, England
GenreGlam rock, hard rock
LabelIsland Records|Island, Atlantic Records|Atlantic, Columbia Records|CBS, Columbia Records|Columbia
Associated actsQueen (band)|Queen, Bad Company, Widowmaker (band)|Widowmaker, David Bowie
Current members
Past membersPete Overend Watts
Dale Griffin|Dale "Buffin" Griffin
Ian Hunter (singer)|Ian Hunter
Mick Ralphs
Verden Allen
Morgan Fisher
Luther Grosvenor|Ariel Bender
Mick Ronson
Ray Major
Nigel Benjamin
Steve Hyams
John Fiddler
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